Fees and financing
The tuition fee for the August 2015 intake will be set early in 2015 (for information it was £38,500 for the 2014 intake)
Payment (full-time MiF): If you are offered a place on the full-time format of the Masters in Finance you will be asked to pay a commitment fee of £1,800 about four weeks after the offer, and a second instalment of £11,675 about eight weeks after the offer. The balance will be due in late July.
Payment (part-time MiF): If you are offered a place on the part-time format, you will be asked to pay a commitment fee of £1,800 about four weeks after the offer. 50% of the total fees (less the commitment fee) will be due in late July 2015 with the remaining 50% due in late July 2016.
What do fees cover?
Fees for the Masters in Finance programme cover tuition, preparatory courses, some course materials and a contribution to the London Business School Students' Association. Fees do not cover your living expenses or text books.
Masters in Finance scholarships
If you have a place on the Masters in Finance programme, you may be eligible to apply for an award.
See the full range of Masters in Finance scholarships
For information on financing options, see our general information on financing your course.
The Prodigy Finance Loan Programme is available to help you finance your Fulltime Masters in Finance progamme at London Business School.
Sponsorship and company support
Many students on both the Full-time and Part-time format of the Masters in Finance receive a financial contribution from their employer towards their studies. Organisations around the world recognise the return on investment the Masters in Finance delivers as a development tool for high performing employees. All students must have their employer's full support in terms of the time commitment to attend classes.
Securing support from your employer usually involves drawing up a detailed business case outlining your reasons for wanting to do the Masters in Finance, and the benefits that you feel it will bring to yourself and to the company. To help you draft your business case, we have put together some advice to help you get started: